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Sturgeon fishes: developmental biology and aquaculture
Dettlaff, T.A.; Ginsburg, A.S.; Schmalhausen, O.I. (1993). Sturgeon fishes: developmental biology and aquaculture. Translated by G.G. Gause and S.G. Vassetzky. Springer-Verlag: Berlin, New York . ISBN 978-3-642-77059-3. xiii, 300 pp.

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    VLIZ: Pisces PIS289 [254314]

Keywords
    Aquaculture; Embryology; Environmental conditions; Fisheries; Incubation; Larvae development; Spawning; Sturgeon; Osteichthyes [WoRMS]; Marine

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  • Dettlaff, T.A.
  • Ginsburg, A.S.
  • Schmalhausen, O.I.

Abstract
    This book is the first detailed description of the embryonic development of all important sturgeon species - from the egg, over the various larval stages to the grown up fish. Besides dealing with the typical issues of developmental biology: hormonal stimulation of oocyte maturation; development of the mature egg organisation and the role of the ucleus and the cytoplasm in this process; timing of the mitotic phases; changes in the cell cycle during the transition to gastrulation; morphometric movements during the gastrulation. Emphasis is also placed on fish breeding in aquaculture, with special recommendations and instructions for the artificial breeding of sturgeons.

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